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  1. Today I was looking online to see what Content Management Systems are out there when I came across ProcessWire and by far the thing that caught my eye the most was the SkyScraper Demo. Until today I'd never heard of ProcessWire but the SkyScraper demo I saw looked so similar to a number of Google Maps based ideas I've had for such a long time. For example creating a website for my local town of places to eat and things to do based on their location. I have a shared hosting company that offers cPanel and when I checked ProcessWire 3.0.61 was available. Is it possible to install ProcessWire through cPanel and then add the profile / files that make the Skyscraper Demo work? or do you have to install everything from scratch? being able to add it after installing on cPanel would be awesome, since it also automated backups, upgrades, etc. I'm very keen to play with the Sky Scraper Demo as I learn best when I have an existing demo site to edit and play with rather than starting from scratch with a totally blank website. Also are there any ProcessWire demo websites worth checking out that are similar to the SkyScraper demo, i.e. sites based on things on a Google Map?
  2. I'm having trouble getting a multi-site installation (I'll call them "site1" and "site2") working on a shared cPanel host. The installation was working on my local hosting environment with two virtualhosts pointed at the same folder, allowing me to access both sites. On the cPanel server I'm wanting to use subdomains for both sites: site1.mydomain.com and site2.mydomain.com So in my cPanel hosting I have site1.mydomain.com as the primary domain for the account, and I have added site2.mydomain.com as a cPanel domain Alias (I believe this was called a "Parked Domain" in previous versions of cPanel). Before I edit index.config.php to perform the redirect to site2 I am able to see site1 at both site1.mydomain.com and site2.mydomain.com. But after I edit index.config.php to redirect I get: Maybe someone has experience with setting up a multi-site installation on cPanel. Is adding the domain for site2 as an alias/parked domain the right move? Something else I need to configure in cPanel?
  3. G'day everyone I'm new to ProcessWire - hoping someone could help me out?? I've installed ProcessWire in my root (public_html) directory & all is good - I really like this CMS. Very happy I stumbled across it! Thank you! This processwire site is accessible from my main domain (www.example.com) - No problem. However... I also own another domain name which I want to use for an entirely seperate website, but hosted on the same server account. Now, I've done this before with basic web pages with no hassles. But, with ProcessWire already installed - I'm having issues? In my cPanel admin area I create an Add-On Domain (www.secondwebsite.com). This creates a new folder in the root e.g. public_html/secondwebsite.com, and also creates the subdomain secondwebsite.example.com (which I'll deal with later). So, I place a Hello World index.html file within the new public_html/secondwebsite.com folder - This is to be the front page of my second website (entirely seperate from the ProcessWire site). When I type www.secondwebsite.com in my web browser, it is supposed to load that index.html file... Instead, I am greeted with a 403 Forbidden Error: Spewing. I did a bit of Googling to try and find a solution and found this thread which seems to have the answer, but I just can't figure out how to apply it to ProcessWire? I applied the fix they suggest in that thread by adding: To the start of the .htaccess file in my public_html folder. No luck. I tried placing it in different areas of the file, such as after the ReWriteEngine on line... Still no luck. Now, I've verified that it is the ProcessWire .htaccess file which is causing the issue, as I renamed the file, and I was instantly able to access my Add-On Domain from www.secondwebsite.com Could someone PLEASE help me out with this issue? I really don't have much experience with .htaccess files. If I can't resolve this it messes up my website plans for using ProcessWire Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks. Nick
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